SUMMARY ON THE MOVIE: RABBIT HOLE Below are points to consider when…

Question Answered step-by-step SUMMARY ON THE MOVIE: RABBIT HOLE Below are points to consider when… SUMMARY ON THE MOVIE: RABBIT HOLE   Below are points to consider when writing up the “Summary.” Source of Information: Provide the source and the manner in which data was obtained in the preparation of this report. This includes both formal and informal assessments in the summary as well as throughout the case presentation as necessary to support your conclusions.  Family and Home Background/Religious Background: Identifying information about parents and siblings (names, ages, occupations, etc.).  Client’s perception of the home environment and relationships within the family.  Critical family incidents may be included.  Also note any events that triggered the client, family coming to counseling, e.g., precipitating events. Systems theory concepts should be clearly identified, such as Family Stage of Development, Triangles, Differentiation of Self, Nuclear Family Emotional System, Family Projection Process, Multigenerational Transmission Process, Emotional Cutoff, Sibling Position, and/or Functional/Dysfunctional Family or Couple Interaction Patterns as appropriate to your client.Educational History: Description of pertinent information in relation to educational background including academic achievement, school instances that were significant for understanding the individual and the client’s attitude toward education.  Any assessment information would be helpful.Mental Health: historical and as well as present signs, symptoms as well as mental health test results (formal and informal) such as DSM-5 cross-cutting symptom measure, Beck’s Depression Inventory, Beck’s Anxiety Depression Inventory, Patient Health Questionnaire, etc. MSE: when first meeting the client, what are your observations that would include speech; mood; affect; orientation to person, place, time; thought process; delusions; hallucinations; concentration, suicide ideation, etc. Also include any self-harm, e.g, cutting and/or harm to other. Client’s Physical Health: A statement of the client’s significant health history, current treatment and medications.Occupational History: A description of the client’s vocational history.  Emphasis should be placed on current occupational functioning, history of work problems and reason for change.  Quality of work and satisfaction and interests.Sexual Adjustment: Current status, significant problems or disturbances in functioning, alternate lifestylesSubstance Use History: Description of client’s alcohol/drug use, patterns of use, and last use; as well as how often client uses and how much.Spiritual Assessment: Does client believe in God?  Attend church?  What role does religious affiliation play in the client’s life?  Are spiritual resources or issues important to client?  How does client describe God?  What is the state of the client’s spiritual awareness? Additionally, an assessment of the religious background of the family is included.Cultural Factors: Does the client have any factors such as acculturation, discrimination, etc that impact the client and may be source of signs, symptoms? How would the client explain the problem from their cultural lens? Identify all objective cultural affiliations and cultural resources and coping assets. Express relevant points related to differences in the client’s current cultural experience compared to that of the client’s family of origin.Barriers to Treatment/Success: Are there personality factors, stages of change influences, or contextual factors that would influence the success of treatment?Resources/Coping Assets: Summarize the client’s personal, material and social resources available that will aid the client in reaching counseling goals.  This list should include those coping resources currently being utilized as well as those that will be encouraged and reinforced in the treatment plan. Systemic resources should be clearly identified. Other pertinent data: Provide any other data points not captured from the sections above such as signs, symptoms, severity, onset, conditions, context that provide a clearer picture for the development and discernment of the diagnosis as well as client insight and motivation to treatment.  Social Science Psychology CEFS 602 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)

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